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MTEX to give a demo of digital Vision printer at UK expo
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Mar '15
Textile machinery manufacturer MTEX Technologies is set to give a snapshot of its newly launched MTEX Vision printer and MTEX PAD coating machines at the Sign & Digital UK 2015, an exhibition showcasing the latest innovative products, technologies and services from across the sign, display, and print, to be held from March 24 to 26, 2015.

Stewart Bell, the managing director of MTEX Technologies said, “We’re very excited about the upcoming exhibition, and the chance to showcase two of the key elements in our direct-to-textile print solutions.”

“Our turnkey solutions allow innovative and entrepreneurial businesses to enter this exciting market from a standing start, whichever element they want to focus on from fashion, apparel, industrial or décor,” Bell added.

The brand new 1.85m wide MTEX Vision is designed to offer an alternative production method to transfer printing, and offers direct printing onto four-way stretch fabrics with excellent and vibrant colours, and deep dense blacks. It is available with direct disperse inks for polyester, reactive, and acid inks for cotton and silk.

The MTEX PAD is designed to pre-treat and coat textiles with production speeds of between 30 and 140 linear metres per hour. There are two coating options of immersion or a surface coating, and the infrared drying system delivers fully dried fabrics, MTEX reported.

The company would also demonstrate other products at the expo which include the MTEX Steamer and the MTEX W&D washing and drying machine.

The MTEX Steamer is a roll-to-roll steamer that can be used for acid and reactive ink setting at widths up to 1.8m. The MTEX W&D has been developed specifically to emulate traditional methods of finishing fabrics. (GK)

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